BESD and Mental Health

jordyjax

This blog has been written as a contribution to Martin’s brilliant #sharingiscaring collection.

Last Wednesday I ran a session for primary mainstream SENCOs on BESD and mental health. The current situation is grim….children as young as 5 are displaying symptoms of acute distress including disturbed sleep patterns, hyperactivity, feelings of withdrawal and isolation, disassociation. These can manifest themselves in poorly formed relationships with others and, at the extreme end of the spectrum, acts of violence and aggression and incidents of self-harm. As DHT of a PRU I despair that these marginalised children end up with us because often the right help is not sought, so I was on a mission to both inform and give pointers to early support.

I was fortunate to have a lovely lady from Barnardo’s come to speak to the group about their commissioned services and the role of CAMHS was also discussed with useful contact…

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Posted on September 27, 2014, in Education. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Id love to get a copy of the power point if possible please ? Xx

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  2. Hi, I only reblogged this. Get in touch with @jordyjax on twitter or look at her blog in http://www.jordyjax.wordpress.com

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